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Commerce Department

(Daily News)
October 25, 2019

The U.S. International Trade Commission on Thursday pressed U.S. tomato growers and their lawyers on their contention that imports of fresh tomatoes from Mexico have caused significant injury.  


(In Trade)
October 24, 2019

The rule was called for in an executive order issued in May, just days after trade talks with China broke down.


(Daily News)
October 23, 2019

The Court of International Trade has ruled that Commerce Department must “vacate” 2017 sugar suspension agreements with Mexico due to its failure to properly record its communications with outside parties during the negotiations.


(In Trade)
October 22, 2019

“And it actually, in some ways, could be better for us and the UK in that then Europe would have to deal with the combination of U.S. and UK. So it’s not such a bed of roses for Europe to have a hard Brexit.” 


(Daily News)
October 22, 2019

The U.S. Commerce Department has resumed an antidumping investigation into fresh tomatoes from Mexico at the request of some U.S. tomato producers despite a new suspension agreement signed last month by Commerce and Mexican growers.


(In Trade)
October 08, 2019

“This new module will make it easier for Commerce and CBP to monitor and uphold our trade laws.”


(Daily News)
October 07, 2019

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit is poised to move on a case involving a Section 232 challenge initiated by the American Institute for International Steel after receiving responses from the group and the Trump administration.


(In Trade)
October 04, 2019

BSA -- The Software Alliance is circulating a letter that will be sent to Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross.


(In Trade)
October 03, 2019

Cabinet imports were valued at $4.4 billion in 2018.


(Daily News)
September 27, 2019

A Senate Appropriations Committee spending bill approved this week instructs the Commerce Department to publish the non-confidential aspects of the administration’s Section 232 report on auto and auto parts imports and contends that the president cannot unilaterally decide to terminate the North American Free Trade Agreement.


(In Trade)
September 20, 2019

Kaplan was under secretary for international trade.


(Daily News)
September 18, 2019

A suspension agreement covering fresh tomatoes from Mexico, reached by Mexican growers and the Commerce Department last month and expected to be signed this week, is still facing criticism from both Mexican producers and domestic importers concerned about the increased border inspections the deal would mandate.


(In Trade)
September 16, 2019

The request is part of a lawsuit against the department for not releasing a report on uranium imports


(In Trade)
September 12, 2019

“Tell China to forget about it. Don’t let China exclude our nation’s security and Huawei from the negotiations.”


(In Trade)
August 28, 2019

The move -- effective immediately -- leaves the highest-ranking BIS position vacant.


(Daily News)
August 21, 2019

Mexican tomato growers and the Commerce Department have reached an 11th-hour deal that will suspend an antidumping investigation into fresh tomatoes from Mexico, raise reference prices and include additional enforcement provisions.


(Daily News)
August 19, 2019

The Commerce Department will allow U.S. companies to sell to Chinese telecom giant Huawei for another 90 days even though the company remains on the Bureau of Industry and Security’s Entity List, pushing back a deadline that was seen as key to U.S.-China trade negotiations.


(In Trade)
August 16, 2019

The Cause of Action Institute is trying to pry the document loose via the Freedom of Information Act.


(Daily News)
August 14, 2019

The Commerce Department on Wednesday announced it is self-initiating a first-of-its-kind probe of whether corrosion-resistant steel products from several countries is circumventing U.S. antidumping and countervailing duties.


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